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TAZZ-99C/C4x4
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9/09/2004
23:10:36

Subject: 35's OR BETTER
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OK, Maybe this will work. I own a '99 Dakota club cab 4x4. I am looking for a large lift kit that will allow me to fit 35" or larger tires (38's, 40's etc...). I've read all of the B/S about Truckin' Suspension but people seem to be split on the quality of their equipment. I'm not trying to get involved in all of the rucus, but i need to know where i can buy a QUALITY KIT that performs as well as it looks.Any responses will be greatly appreciated.



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9/10/2004
01:51:52

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If youve really done your reading, then you would see that your wasting your time and ours. If you still think a truckin lift is worth it, then by all means waste your money and ruin yor truck. Have fun! If you really do want to go big then your going to need to do a solid axle swap and then go from there. THERE ARE NO GOOD LIFTS LARGER THAN 3" SO STOP ASKING!



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9/15/2004
09:06:09

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That is a bunch of crap. Tazz, I have read this Forum up and down. Your best bet is a 3 inch Body Lift and a 3 inch suspension lift. Tuff Country makes a 5.5 inch lift but from what I have herd they are crap, donít quote me because I have never delt with them before. There is a local 4X4 shop in Grand Rapids Michigan and they told me that they are not complete. The 3 inch suspension lift is made by rancho. They have a great reputation so that is how I plan to go. Good luck and donít listen to negative people like that.





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